If you have a lawyer in India looking after court proceedings in India, it’s likely that they’ll ask you to sign a vakalatnama. As a leading provider of notar public services in Sydney, we help many clients with verifying the identity and witnessing them sign the vakalatnama so that they can send it to their […]
In this folder, you will find a collection of articles, information and other content regarding notary public services for India. Searching through these articles could also help answer any questions that you may have about our notary public services in general.
As a leading provider of notary public services in Sydney, we assist many clients across New South Wales and Australia with certifying, witnessing, attesting, and notarising important legal documents. Generally, documents that are signed in Australia or created/issued in Australia must be notarised before they can be used in another country, and this applies to documents going to India as well. We also assist intentional clients and their lawyers based overseas with certifying and attesting their Australian-issued documents.
We can also assist with obtaining an apostille on your notarised document from the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and in accordance with the Apostille Convention if required by your lawyer or your representative in India. The apostille is necessary to ensure that your document is legally valid and will be accepted in India.
Our low cost fixed fee notary public services do away with the hassle and the guesswork of dealing with matters and processes that you may not be familiar with or are just too busy to handle yourself.
For more information regarding our notary public services, especially for documents going to India, please visit our website, email us or just call us. Our friendly and helpful team are waiting to help you with your enquiry and your documents.
We look forward to assisting you with your notary requirements.
Sending a power of attorney to India One of our most common requests for assistance is with the power of attorney intended for use in India, and one of the most frequently asked questions is whether the power of attorney must be stamped with an apostille. The answer to that question is both simple and […]
VFS has updated many of their checklists Have you noticed that VFS has updated many of their checklists? If not, you had better visit their website and download their current checklists. This is going to be especially important if you’re in the middle of submitting applications. If you don’t, your applications may be rejected. In […]
Sponsoring your relatives in India for further studies Every year (around this time) we receive many calls from clients who are sponsoring their relatives for further studies on other countries. Generally, this applies to non-resident Indians now living in Australia with relatives in India who will be undertaking a course of some sort through a university […]
When do you need a notary public for your Indian Passport? Indian citizens in Australia may require a number of Indian passport services from the Indian Consulate (via VFS Global). Those services can include: Applying for a new Indian passport (on the expiry of an existing passport) Adding or deleting a spouse from an Indian passport […]
WARNING: THIS ARTICLE MAY BE OUT OF DATE. Please refer to our latest IDLV page here for the most current information regarding the Indian Drivers Licence Verification process in Australia. From Authentication to Apostille for the IDLV In January 2015, VFS introduced an important change to the Indian Drivers Licence Verification (IDLV) process. Click here […]
Do I have to print my legal documents on stamped paper or normal A4 paper? This question regarding the requirement of stamped paper is also related to one of our FAQs because it is a question that many clients ask us when they need to send their documents to India. Actually, we have written extensively […]
Non-resident Indian financial sponsorship Every year and often around this time, we help hundreds of clients to sponsor their relatives in further studies in India. If you are a foreigner or a non-resident Indian intending to sponsor a student for further studies, then the universities or other educational institutions in India will probably require you to confirm […]
Verifying your Indian Drivers Licence in Australia WARNING: THIS ARTICLE IS NOW OUT OF DATE. In January 2015, VFS introduced an important change to the Indian Drivers Licence Verification process. Please refer to our latest IDLV page here for the most current information regarding the Indian Drivers Licence Verification process in Australia. If the name […]
Notary Public for General Power of Attorney for India One of our most common requests for notary public services is to notarise the General Power of Attorney used in India. In most cases, clients are buying or selling property in India, taking loans from Indian banks, or conducting legal proceedings in the courts in India. […]
Notary assisting with Divorce (Hindu) in India Married in India and getting divorced in India? As an experienced notary public, we often assist petitioners and respondents to divorce proceedings in India under the Hindu Marriage Act. Documents such as affidavits in these Hindu divorce proceedings or a general power of attorney must be executed and properly […]
Public Notary assisting with documents for India If you are sending documents to India, you must have those documents notarised by a public notary. Unfortunately, finding a public notary in Sydney who is familiar with your requirements and readily available to assist you can be challenging. Fortunately, you have come to the right place. As […]